Everything Dropping at HBX Archives This Week

Featuring a multi-pocket shirt jacket from WTAPS.

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Following the previous release featuring pieces such as the sequined skull sweater from Markus Lupfer, HBX Archives is back with a lineup packed with wardrobe staples.

Launched in 2016, HBX Archives has become a go-to place for sourcing unique pieces from the fashion and streetwear world. From brands like Gucci and Stone Island to sacai and Burberry, HBX Archives sources interesting pieces of the past for sale on its online web store.

A plethora of transitional wardrobe staples comprised of light jackets, shirts and sweatshirts. From the lineup, WTAPS and DESCEDANT offer a selection of understated styles in versatile colors. Other notable highlights include a Madness utility ves and a hybrid knit and camo jacket from sacai’s FW18 collection.

Elsewhere, this week’s drop includes quirky accessories spanning bags, jewelry, accessories and collectibles. Among the pieces, one particular spotlight is directed to Yu Nagaba‘s “I’M YOUR VENUS” sculpture from his first overseas solo exhibition in Hong Kong.

Every week, Hypebeast will continue to preview its releases from HBX Archives to give you the best chance of getting your hands on a rare and sought-after piece. Take a look at everything that’s dropping on HBX Archives above, and shop the collection — and much more — from 9 a.m. EST every Friday at HBX.

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